Scheduling Priority/FER Reduction Immediately after Reselection
Original Publication Date: 2005-Feb-10
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2005-Feb-10
In current systems, when a cell reselection within a streaming /PTT (push to talk)/POTs (plain old telephone service) call occurs, typically the mobile cannot send and/or receive any audio data for a significant interval of time. This can cause significant audio gaps/audio quality degradation. This is the problem addressed by this publication. A cell reselection is when a mobile is operating within a system where there is a delay when switching between communicating with one base transceiver station in another base transceiver station.